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Willmar school officials consider a change in start times next year
Highway 23 four-lane to be discussed at open house Tuesday in Hawick
Morris physician practicing under conditional license after unauthorized prescriptions, fraudulent billing discovered
Willmar native begins his work as first full-time chairman of Met Council
Records for Jan. 24
Report: NFL will try new replay method
Patriots say they followed rules, accept no blame
NFLPA instructs Patriots players to 'reserve comment'
NFL-Super Bowl has ways to go in captivating global audience
Men's College Hockey: No. 1 Mavs play like it against Gophers
Live blog: Golden Globe Awards tonight via Wctrib.com
'Birdman,' 'Budapest Hotel' lead Oscar nominations
Believe it or not: A tree felled in Madison, Minnesota, can land in Florida
After slogging through a mammoth roster of fabulous tunes, the Tribune’s musical misfits are back with their songs of the year list
Forum Communications names Ronquist publisher of Duluth News Tribune
In surprise move, Target to pull out of Canada
Lois Mae Harms
Iona M. Bulau
Lillian T. Meder
Huseby — Schwaegerl
Arends — Fettig
Tanico — Gunvalson
Brink — Kubesh
Stai — Schoer
Midwest Opinion: The nickname key: What’s best for UND?
Letter: Upper Midwest takes good care of veterans
Midwest Opinion: Affront to common sense to regulate Duluth’s seed library as dealer
Midwest Opinion: DNR finds retention alone can’t provide flood protection in Fargo-Moorhead
Letter: Why we must preserve the Martin Luther King holiday
September 20, 2013
EPA sets first-ever curbs on power plant pollution
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Obama administration on Friday announced first-ever regulations setting strict limits on the amount of carbon pollution that can be generated by any new U.S. power plant, which quickly sparked a backlash from supporters of the coal industry and are certain...
news / nation
September 20, 2013 - 1:32pm
January 23, 2011
Fisherman's death linked to carbon monoxide poisoning
ATWATER -- An initial investigation indicates that carbon monoxide poisoning was the cause of death of a male individual found non-responsive Sunday morning in a fish house on Lake Elizabeth, the Kandiyohi County Sheriff's Office reports. The sheriff's office responded after a 911...
January 23, 2011 - 7:42pm
July 31, 2010
Study: Carbon taxes would have substantial impact on sugar beets: Three scenarios
FARGO, N.D. -- U.S. sugar production will decrease "substantially" if carbon emissions are taxed at projected rates, says a new analysis by the Center for Agricultural Policy and Trade Studies at North Dakota State University in Fargo. Richard "Skip" Taylor and Won W. Koo at NDSU...
July 31, 2010 - 12:00am
March 11, 2010
N.D.'s AG wants change in Minn. carbon regulations
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) -- Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty supports changing a state law that makes it difficult for North Dakota to sell electricity from new, coal-fueled power plants to Minnesota, a Pawlenty spokesman said Wednesday. Some predict Minnesota lawmakers will be less receptive...
news / state
March 11, 2010 - 8:30am
December 30, 2009
Cold weather brings health, safety risks
WILLMAR -- By the time winter is over, local emergency medical workers figure they'll have treated at least a few cases of hypothermia, broken bones from falling on ice, chest pains triggered by shoveling snow, and even a few snowblower-related injuries. Be careful out there, because...
news / local
December 30, 2009 - 12:00am
March 3, 2009
Letter: Real reasons for climate change
You've probably noticed the new green and black receptacles shaped like a bottle, posted near gas stations and other retail stores.
opinion / letters
March 3, 2009 - 12:00am
February 28, 2009
Letter: The global warming controversy
Since the Democrats have again assumed power in Washington, the theory of global warming is getting more than its share of attention. According to Al Gore, global warming is man-made. He also claims that it's a direct result of burning fossil fuels. However, there are two obstacles...
February 28, 2009 - 12:00am
October 22, 2008
Teen gets probation, community service for BB gun assault
WILLMAR -- An 18-year-old Willmar teen was sentenced Monday to probation until his 19th birthday, 100 hours of community service and 61 days at Prairie Lakes Youth Programs on a charge of second-degree assault with a dangerous weapon for a June 28 incident involving a carbon dioxide-powered...
October 22, 2008 - 12:00am